Why are so many therapists leaving the field?
So many therapists and helping professionals are thinking about becoming coaches, creating courses, starting a side hustle or even leaving the field entirely at a time when the need for metal health services is through the roof. There’s nothing wrong with diversifying your time and income, but read this first.
Cortisol is a great thing to have if you are being chased by a tiger…. Not so great when you’re just trying to get to your kid’s parent-teacher conference.
Feeling the January Blues? It Could be Seasonal Depression
Do the short, grey days leave you feeling depressed, tired, and unmotivated? You may have heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or Seasonal Depression. Over half a million people in the US experience seasonal depression, and women are more likely to suffer. New research sheds more light on this experience.
Take a 30-Second Self Care Break
Keep reading for ways to take a quick and easy self care break to reset your mind and body.
How Do You React to Stress? Are You an Over or Under- Functioner?
People tend to react to stress in predictable ways. Some spring into action mode, trying to solve and fix. Others shut down and curl up into a ball. Both extremes are old, deeply ingrained strategies for dealing with stress. Read on to find out which reaction you tend towards and how to find more balance.
8 Things You Can Do Today to Cultivate Joy
If you are committed to growing mentally, emotionally and spiritually, you might be REALLY good at identifying what’s wrong. You notice your shortcomings, take responsibility for your part in any conflicts and are probably very sensitive to all of the suffering in the world. You are constantly looking for ways to improve and grow, and…
Teen Depression or Normal Angst? How to Tell the Difference and Help Your Teen
Teen depression can cause moodiness, irritability, low energy, changes in appetite and disturbances in sleep. These are also completely normal signs of adolescence.
5 Ways for Busy Moms to Build Friendships
We need friendships and community, but often struggle to make friends or have time for the ones we have.
The Big Yellow Bus: 5 Tips for Surviving the First day of Kindergarten
My heart goes out to all of the moms out there getting ready for the first day of kindergarten.